Gordon Rose

Senior Lecturer

  • Area of Study: History, Quantitative & Theoretical (primary), Law and Forensic
  • Email: vgrose@sfu.ca
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  • Office: RCB 6151
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Selected Publications

Brockman, J., & Rose, V. G. (2011). An introduction to Canadian criminal procedure and evidence (4th ed.). Toronto, ON: Nelson Canada.

Ogloff, J. R. P., & Rose, V. G. (2005). The comprehension of judicial
instructions. In N. Brewer & K. D. Williams (Eds.), Psychology and law: An
empirical perspective. New York: Guilford Publications, 407-444.

Rose, V. G., & Ogloff, J. R. P. (2002). Challenge for cause in Canadian
jury trials: Legal and psychological perspectives. Criminal Law Quarterly,
46, 210-245.

Rose, V. G. (2001). Introduction to Canadian law and the legal system. In
R. Schuller, & J. R. P. Ogloff (Eds.), An introduction to law and
psychology: Canadian perspectives. Toronto, ON: University of Toronto
Press, 29-56.

Rose, V. G. (1982). Parties to an offence. Toronto, ON: Carswell. 


Future courses may be subject to change.